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Deuteration of Biomolecules

Deuteration of Biomolecules

12/02/2019

Find out the latest in our Chemical Deuteration workpackage on The Road to the ESS read more

Micromegas Detectors

Micromegas Detectors

08/02/2019

Alain Debart’s team at CEA in France have been working on Micromegas Detectors for SINE2020’s Work Package Instrumentation. Here we explain what they are and what the team have achieved over the last few years. read more

Mantid at ILL

Mantid at ILL

08/02/2019

Verena Reimund at ILL has been converting the old data treatment software LAMP into Mantid. Read more to find out why. read more


SINE2020 Supported Neutron Schools now open for registration

SINE2020 Supported Neutron Schools now open for registration

04/02/2019

Several Neutron Schools financially support ed by SINE2020 are now open for applications and registrations. These include JCNS 2019 (Germany), Oxford School (UK), CETS 2019 (Hungary). ADD2019 (France) and SISN (Italy). Take a look at our Calendar of Events or our Schools page for more information. read more

The Road to the ESS

The Road to the ESS

21/01/2019

After visiting Portugal and Spain, today we start our journey in France to find out what the SINE2020 partners and researchers have been doing during the project. read more

Neutrons for the Biotech Industry: Registration now open!

Neutrons for the Biotech Industry: Registration now open!

28/03/2019 - 29/03/2019

SINE2020’s latest industry event: Neutrons for the Bitoech Industry will be held in Zaragoza, Spain in March 2019. Registration is now open! read more


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